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Kangaroo Paw Maintenance
... in pots. Ink disease The taller flowering varieties particularly respond to watering by producing bigger and straighter flower spikes. All kangaroo paws in this climate are affected by ink disease (a fungal ... a product called "Antirot" has been effective in controlling ink disease. It should be noted that it is not registered for controlling ink disease (see Footnote * on this product at the end ...
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Kangaroo Paws - genus Anigozanthos
... Diseases A major disease of kangaroo paws is a fungus which causes ink disease, Ink disease appears as large black blotches on the leaves. Plants growing in cool moist climates are more susceptible. Ink disease is ... grow about 50 cm tall. It can tolerate moderate frosts and has some resistance to ink disease. Anigozanthos 'Dwarf Delight' A frost hardy cultivar with flower-stalks which grow to about ...
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Identification of American Chestnut Trees
... leaves 5 to 10 inches long. Castanea dentata (Marshall) Borkhausen American chestnut Before ink disease and chestnut blight disease were brought into the US, this was a tree 60 to 80 (occasionally ... since 1876, were predominately orchard trees. They are usually very resistant to chestnut blight and ink disease, and some cultivars have been selected for their resistance to Oriental Chestnut Gall Wasp. ...
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Chestnuts and Chestnut Trees (FAQ)
... ) and this must be determined when planning your orchard. Chestnut blight disease must be considered in the eastern U.S., Ink Disease (caused by Phytophthora) may be a problem in the south or ...
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Pesticides
... often an individual decision based on a question of tolerance to the insect, weed, or disease. Living with a few blemishes or rolled leaves may not be worth the cost of ... of measuring spoons purchased for use with pesticides only. These should be marked with indelible ink "for pesticide only," and stored in the same locked container where you store your pesticides ...
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Espalier
... often an individual decision based on a question of tolerance to the insect, weed, or disease. Living with a few blemishes or rolled leaves may not be worth the cost of ... of measuring spoons purchased for use with pesticides only. These should be marked with indelible ink "for pesticide only," and stored in the same locked container where you store your pesticides ...
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Botanists' Art Exhibition
... Exploration and Introduction, and later director of the National Arboretum. His collection of sketches and ink drawings of Asia date back to the nineteenteens. These works are part of the Archives ... worked at the American embassy in Peru. Global politics and fighting in the climates of disease dictated Hodge’s travels, his focus on the plant genus Cinchona from which quinine is ...
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Ornamental Plants plus Version 3.0 - I
... INERT MULCHES Inert Mulch Materials INFORMATION RESOURCES Horticulture on the INTERNET INK SPOT Iris (bulbous) Disease Problems INKBERRY Ilex glabra--Inkberry INSECT OUTBREAKS Causes Of ... BEGONIA Begonia--Rex Begonia, Iron Cross Begonia IRON DEFICIENCY Azalea Disease Problems--Indoors Quercus Disease Problems Iron Deficiency IRONWEED Vernonia noveboracensis--Ironweed IRONWOOD Carpinus caroliniana-- ...
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Tico Ethnobotanical Dictionary -- D
... a machete if not soaked in water for some time. Detsi: Ficus (CR) DIABETES: A disease in which the body is unable to metabolize sugar properly. Treated with Acrocomia, Anacardium, ... Duraznillo: Abatia (C); Calotola (CR); Rhamnus (CR) Durazno: Prunus (S) Durra: Sorghum (S) DYE and INK: Substance used to stain or tint. Anacardium, Arrabidaea, Bixa, Bocconia, Byrsonima, Chlorophora, Curcuma, Diphysa, ...
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New Disease Reports - First report of Pestalotiopsis macrochaeta on Carapa guianensis
... Disease Reports - First report of Pestalotiopsis macrochaeta on Carapa guianensis Reports Search ... on potato dextrose agar media was cottony white and conidia were produced in ink-like fruiting bodies (Fig. 3). Based on these observations the fungus was ... America. Although the foliar blight does not appear to be a serious disease at present we draw attention to this first report of P. macrochaeta on ...
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